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White Horses Lesson #7

Lesson #7

Even young infants who do not show outward signs of learning are actually gaining from attending Sound Beginnings. A baby’s brain is highly sensitized to stimulus and will develop synapses based on the type of input received. Social engagement, pleasant interaction, movement, sounds, and patterns occurring in music will all stimulate the infant brain and enhance development.

optional home fun activity ***remember, these activities are optional but can be a great bonding experience to do with your child during the week.

Lesson 7: Color the apple tree on page 21 in your workbook

more than play The development of the singing voice grows from a child’s natural desire to imitate. Children may sing spontaneously because it is joyous, playful, personal, expressive, and creative. By age 4 or 5, many children have developed their singing range; typically from the pitches of middle C to treble C. Sound Beginnings songs are designed to fall within children’s natural range.

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